- Sep 13, 2007
- Northern VA suburb of Washington, DC
My guess is that that's just another example of a brick-and-mortar store losing out to competition from the Internet services more than an example of people making fewer prints these days. People by and large stopped making prints of their family and vacation photos when the digital age took off; whereas in the days of film when prints were the only convenient way to view a photo, prints became a relatively inconvenient method for both storage and display in the digital age.I think you are right about printed pictures. In my smallish size town, Sam's Club used to be the best place to print photos. They just shut down their lab down.